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PRI's The World: 06/27/2016 Britain's decision to leave the European Union has thrown the country's politics into near chaos. Not only has British Prime Minister David Cameron said he will step down, but now ministers are leaving the opposition Labour Party in droves, as well. Plus: "I want my country back." That's what a British columnist wrote in The New Statesman over the weekend. Laurie Penny tells us about those "Leave" voters in the UK who never felt the positive effects of globalization. And, Bolivia decides it's time to ditch the Gregorian calendar.
PRI's The World: 06/24/2016 In a historic vote, the British have decided that their country should leave the European Union. We're going to devote the entire show to the so-called "Brexit." We'll speak with Brits who supported the "Leave" campaign, and those who voted to stay in the EU. And, will Britain's decision to leave affect its so-called "special relationship" with the United States? Also, does the Brexit victory's populist roots echo the Trump phenomenon in the United States?
PRI's The World: 06/23/2016 The US Supreme Court deadlocks 4-4 on President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration ? so what does that mean for millions of undocumented immigrants in the country? Plus, as British voters cast their ballots in the so-called "Brexit" referendum, we hear from Scotland, where the "stay" vote is expected to carry the day. Also, The World's Carolyn Beeler tells us how the US Navy is preparing for the growing problem of rising sea levels at the largest naval station in the world ? in Norfolk, Virginia.
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UK's Cameron to face EU leaders over Brexit David Cameron is to meet European leaders for the first time since the UK voted to leave the European Union, as the European Parliament debates the implications of Brexit.
VW US emissions settlement reported to cost $15bn German automaker Volkswagen reportedly reaches a $15bn (11.3bn) settlement with US car owners after the firm admitted cheating in emission tests.
Pakistan politician 'chained for years' Three years after he was kidnapped by militants, Ali Haider Gilani, the son of ex-Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, tells the BBC about his time in captivity.
Americans' anxiety around the economy grows
Your financial anxiety heightened as summer approached, according to the most recent Economic Anxiety Index poll results.
Brexit: Corporations read the fine print
Contracts often include clauses that say companies don't have to be pursued if circumstances change
Here's what financial advisers are saying about Brexit
In short, keep calm and carry on.
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